Rockfax Description
The thin right-hand crack above the ledge gives painful, finger-shredding climbing. It is in a very impressive situation but prepare yourself for a real battle; the climbing is not to everyone's liking. Climb easily up the rib as for Diagnosis, to a ledge. Move up into the crack and climb it all the way to the top. © Rockfax

FA. P.Littlejohn 6.4.80 06/Apr/1980

CharlieMack 27/Jun 2nd O/S
with Angus
anguskille 27/Jun Lead O/S

don't think i've fought so hard in a while, psyched to get the send! exhausted but satisfied

fennerz 27/Jun 2nd O/S
nathanlee 17/Apr/14 Lead β

on robs gear, greasefest!

with Rob Greenwood
jacobjacob 12/Aug/12 Lead O/S

I actually fell off but somehow managed to stay on! A tough cookie..

JulesV 13/Aug/11 Lead rpt
with Shauna Cunningham
Hidden 03/Jul/11 Lead O/S
Toby Dunn 11/Aug/10 Lead O/S
with Andy Reeve
Ged Desforges ??/2010 Lead O/S

Ace route, steep, well protected

Toby Dunn 25/Aug/09 2nd
with JulesV
Toby Dunn 25/Aug/09 2nd
with JulesV
JulesV 25/Aug/09 Lead dog
with toby dunn
andy gittins ??/1987 -
Hidden 28/Apr/85 2nd
Mark Kemball 29/Apr/83 Lead
with Dave Kenyon
Mike Owen 05/Apr/83 -
with Lew Brown
Mark Kemball 11/Apr/82 Lead dnf
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